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    Lawyers - Criminal Law in Lanham

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    Business Listing   Brown- Anthony G. Attorney - Lanham, MD - Phone: (301) 306-0033

    Business Listing   Dunn- Christopher R. Attorney - Lanham, MD - Phone: (301) 306-4300

    Business Listing   Morin Law LLC - Lanham, MD - Phone: (301) 731-4025

    Business Listing   Steven Lang The Legal Hawk - Lanham, MD - Phone: (888) 906-3280

    Business Listing   Theodore-Lewis- Sharon I. Attorney - Lanham, MD - Phone: (240) 296-3488

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    Helpful Definition for: Lawyers - Criminal Law

    The lawyers in Lanham, specialized in criminal law, deal mainly with the court of law for criminal offenses like murder, abductions, tortures, etc. They are trained to handle some of the toughest crime cases involving public riots, fights, etc. Building up cases and developing charges against proceeding investigations are an integral part of their jobs. Their main aim is to hold the conduct norms that define conduct that is prohibited by the state because it is held to threaten, harm or otherwise endanger the safety and welfare of the public, and that sets out the punishment to be imposed on those who breach these laws.

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